The Cambodian government extended a 14-day lockdown by another week until May 5 and imposed a three-color zone system to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Of the seven officials, two – former lawmaker Yem Ponhearith and Kem Sokha aide Muth Chantha – are being watched closely for their next move.
In a 39-page report released this week, the Samakum Teang Tnaut organization warned that current land allocations at Tamok lake “could lead to severe deleterious effects for the country.”
The National Assembly of Vietnam this week appointed the Communist Party’s Pham Minh Chinh to succeed outgoing prime minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, who currently serves as the President of Vietnam.
A House Foreign Affairs Committee member says Congress and White House will increase cooperation to work on issues in Southeast Asia such as climate change and Mekong River management.
The draft legislation is the second law proposed by the government to control the spread of COVID-19.
Hun Sen, 68, is now the world’s longest-serving prime minister.
On Monday, former CNRP member Ou Chanroth applied to register the Cambodia Reform Party at the Interior Ministry.
The statement said “all sides” must refrain from instigating violence and called for a constructive dialogue to end the turmoil in Myanmar.
Court hands down sentences from 20 to 25 years, effectively ensuring key Cambodia National Rescue Party leaders will never return home.
Cambodia's exiled opposition figurehead Sam Rainsy was sentenced in absentia to 25 years in jail Monday over an alleged plot to overthrow strongman Hun Sen's government, a court official said.